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Man lodged for burglary and warrants

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Anthony T. Johnson, 29, at large, was arrested Sunday for aggravated burglary and on warrants for menacing by stalking, violating a protection order, obstruction of official business, failure to appear and two counts of criminal damaging.

Around 3:35 a.m., he entered 316 Garfield Ave., according to resident Charles E. Roberts IV and guest Kara Nolan. The defendant was forced out of the residence. He was cut during a struggle with Mr. Roberts, according to reports filed by officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department.

The suspect evaded officers until noon when he was spotted as a passenger in Ms. Nolan’s car in the 800 block of east Sandusky Avenue. Officers stopped the car in the vicinity of High Avenue and Park Road.

The defendant ran from the scene but was apprehended in the 300 block of north Madriver Street.

He was treated for a hand injury and transported to the Logan County Jail.

Alcohol-related arrests

Kathleen N. Burton, 25, of 110 Bristol Circle, Russells Point, was charged Thursday with having an open container of alcohol and physical control via the state’s operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs law.

Officers responded to a trespassing complaint around 2:05 a.m. at 547 E. Columbus Ave. and found her outside a sport utility vehicle. Inside they found an open 40-ounce bottle of malt liquor and a half-empty 24-ounce can of beer and an empty 40-ounce bottle of malt liquor.

She was lodged in jail.

• Keith A. Brantley, 25, of 1453 State Route 533, Zanesfield, was charged Sunday with public intoxication.

At 8:25 a.m., officers were called to Speedway, 329 S. Main St., on a report the suspect was trying to start fights with customers.

He was gone when officers arrived but was soon spotted in the vicinity of Main and Chillicothe Avenue.

He was lodged in jail.

• Thomas R. Hoskins, 30, of 308 Clagg St., was arrested for domestic violence and possession of drug paraphernalia after an 8:30 p.m. Sunday incident at his residence.

Officers report the defendant was visibly intoxicated upon their arrival.

He reportedly argued with Angela Miller and grabbed her by the throat. He was angry because he wanted to go elsewhere for a Super Bowl party and she did not want to leave.

A pipe for smoking marijuana was found on him.

He was lodged in jail.

Suspects drive off without paying for auto work

Billy Moore of Hines 87 Auto Repair, 920 S. Detroit St., reported Friday two men drove off in a black Dodge Caliber after he mounted four used tires on the vehicle. He said he was out $200 for the work and materials.

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